Oklahoma teacher charged with bringing heroin and needles into classroom


(Megan Sloan - Sepulpa Police Department)

A second grade teacher from Oklahoma arrested for bringing heroin and needles into the classroom is now being charged with child neglect.

27-year-old Megan Sloan was found with drugs in her purse at Holmes Park Elementary School on May 1, after another teacher reported Sloan to administrators.

Sloan forgot to sign out of her Facebook and her co-worker saw a message detailing how she pawned school items and sold heroin.

Yesterday Sloan was slapped with a child neglect charge specifically related to the students in her class.

She's looking at five charges:

  • Drug possession in the presence of a minor
  • Child neglect
  • Two counts of embezzlement
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia

She also admitted to having Xanax, pawning two school tablets, and stealing $125 in student field trip money. This is one gross girl. In her home police found 13 syringes, one of which had heroin in it.

They also found meth, spoons to cook drugs, and the prescription drug Suboxone, which is used to treat pain and opioid addiction.

Sloan had been a teacher at the school for the last two years and has no prior criminal record. She'll be back in court again on May 24th.

Judging by her mug shot, everyone she worked with probably figured she was on drugs. They just couldn't prove it. Yikes...stay away from drugs.

Read more at the Daily Mail


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